Designers use type every day. Usually with the help of a computer. However, at some Minneapolis design studios, they are keeping things old school with the help of letterpress machines and by hand setting both vintage metal and wood type.
In October, the Emerging Designers committee traveled north to Duluth for their tasty brunch series, Fresh Squeezed. The featured guest, Matthew Olin, is a designer and educator with a quirky and expressive illustrative style.
“My head has been spinning for a week since getting back from Design Camp®. I’ve declared myself a ‘camper’ for life, and am urging every student and graduate to get there as well. Thank you for your STRONG recommendation [to attend].”—Tom Herold, senior instructor at Dunwoody College of Technology
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